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Labor Day Weekend Wine Festivals

Enjoy this Labor Day weekend by visiting a wine festival. If you are looking for a smaller wine event checkout your neighborhood winery. With more than 6,000 wineries established in the US, there is likely to be a winery somewhat nearby. Check the festivals below and discover one that interests you. Website links are provided so that you can get full information.

Cheers, Kathy

7th Annual Taste of Hudson Labor Day Weekend
Hudson, Ohio
September 4-5, 2011
Website: http://www.tasteofhudson.com/index-1.html
This event for adults included the North End Wine & Beer Garden.

Sonoma Wine Country Weekend
September 2-4, 2011
Website: http://www.sonomawinecountryweekend.com/
This three-day event includes winemaker lunches, winemaker dinner parties, a wine auction, and wineries bbqs.

2011 Nauvoo Grape Festival
September 2-4, 2011
Nauvoo State Park, Nauvoo, IL
Website Information: http://www.nauvoograpefestival.com/
Enjoy Rheinberger Museum tours of wine cellar and grape samples from Illinois’ oldest vineyard, tours of Weld House Museum, entertainment, pancake breakfast, volleyball, grape stomp 5-K run/walk, archery exhibit, a wine tasting by Baxter’s Vineyards and Nauvoo Grape Festival Pageant – The Wedding of the Wine and Cheese, arts and crafts show, and flea market.

41st Annual Millbrae Art & Wine Festival
September 3-4, 2011
Millbrae, California
Website Information: http://www.teamproevent.com/events/millbrae.html
Enjoy arts include paintings, pottery, jewelry, toys, leather, and glass works. Food available includes baklava, barbecue ribs, garlic chicken sandwiches, fried oysters, as well as wines and microbrews.

The TASTE – Food & Wine
September 2-5, 2011
Three locations – Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Downtown, California
Website: http://events.latimes.com/taste/
Events at Beverly Hills include Secrets from the Kitchen & Cellar, Fashion Bites Brunch,  Desserts After Dark and Picnic in the Hills. In Hollywood enjoy Art of Mixing, Taco Tequila Tryst, and Street Eats. Finally in Downtown enjoy Food Noir.


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